istanbul39 wrote:Shouldn't the Bad lands and dakota terretory be reversed? They BL's are clearly in SD, not ND.
"Some of the best-known badland formations can be found in the United States and Canada. In the U.S., Makoshika State Park in Montana, Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota and Badlands National Park in South Dakota together form a series of extensive badlands formations."
This was discussed during the development of the map. Originally, I had the two reversed but after someone suggested it I looked into it.
The term "Badlands" refers to the geography which, as the above quote indicates, stretch for an area that includes several states and up into Canada.
True, Badlands National Park is located in South Dakota, but the geographic area is not limited to there.